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Why Bloggers Don't (and Shouldn't) Work for Free | StyleCaster – StyleCaster


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Why Bloggers Don't (and Shouldn't) Work for Free | StyleCaster
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Bloggers' time and influence is as valuable as any other marketer or advertising partner.

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Cowboys injury updates for Tyron Smith, Anthony Hitchens – Blogging The Boys (blog)


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Cowboys injury updates for Tyron Smith, Anthony Hitchens
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The good news is that the Dallas Cowboys beat the Oakland Raiders and kept their slim playoff hopes alive. The bad news is a couple of key players were injured in the process. All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith hurt his knee and missed the end of the game

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Toymaker opens up about the season's hot new toy – KENS 5 TV


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Toymaker opens up about the season's hot new toy
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Her parents, Savannah and Cole, their dog Carl, and Everleigh now make their living blogging their everyday lives — and now, unboxing toys. "If it wasn't for YouTube I would probably be finishing nursing school," said Savannah. "Social media, and

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An Alabama Sheriff, a Mystery Check and a Blogger Who Cried Foul – New York Times


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An Alabama Sheriff, a Mystery Check and a Blogger Who Cried Foul
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The blogger had been zeroing in on the sheriff's finances, specifically $150,000 that by law should have gone toward feeding inmates in the county jail. Instead it had been invested in a now-bankrupt used-car dealership run by a convicted bank swindler

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ESPN's Todd McShay mock draft 1.0 has Cowboys going big along defensive line – Blogging The Boys (blog)


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ESPN's Todd McShay mock draft 1.0 has Cowboys going big along defensive line
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Yes, the Dallas Cowboys are still fighting for their playoff lives with three games left to go in the 2017 season. But, it won't be long until attention will build toward the 2018 NFL Draft, and with that always comes mock drafts. So let's get an early

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The Cowboys are building the team the right way – Blogging The Boys (blog)


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The Cowboys are building the team the right way
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The Cowboys will likely look to the draft to get some help on the offensive line. Both a swing tackle and/or backup guard should be on the table come draft time, but for now – they need to keep Jonathan Cooper around. He is meshing well with this group

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Here are the Cowboys playoff chances based on this weekend's possible outcomes – Blogging The Boys (blog)


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Here are the Cowboys playoff chances based on this weekend's possible outcomes
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Do you know who you will be rooting for this weekend? Before you decide, check out these percentages. By DannyPhantom@DannyPhantom24 Dec 15, 2017, 6:00pm CST. tweet · share · pin · Rec. Photo by Elsa/Getty Images. I had this dream last night where the
Eric Dickerson Zeke Bet Me He'll Rush for 200 Yards … In Return GameTMZ.com
Jerry Jones says Elliott's suspension has made Prescott a better playerFort Worth Star Telegram

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Interior Department Proposes Doubling the Cost of Visiting National Parks

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke wants to more than double the cost of visiting 17 of the most popular U.S. national parks when demand for them is the highest. Call it surge pricing for America's most treasured places. 

Under the proposed plan, visitors to the Grand Canyon, Zion, Yosemite, and 14 other national parks could be paying $70 during peak seasons instead of $30.

Zinke said his plan will raise $70 million in much-needed revenue for the National Park Service, which already suffers from a multibillion-dollar maintenance backlog

“The infrastructure of our national parks is aging and in need of renovation and restoration,” Zinke said in a statement. “Targeted fee increases at some of our most-visited parks will help ensure that they are protected and preserved in perpetuity."

There's another reason the National Park Service could use the extra cash: President Donald Trump wants to slash its funding by $300 million. The money Zinke expects to generate through higher entry fees would offset less than a quarter of that amount. 

Zinke has previously proposed cutting 4,000 of his own employees and radically reorganizing the agency. He’s also been looking for ways to raise revenue from the energy industry, for instance, offering more federal oil and gas for lease than the last administration.

Congress might not grant Trump's budget request when it sets federal funding for fiscal year 2018, but Zinke’s proposal makes it clear that he is in line with his boss's goals. 

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    This is what the Internet without net neutrality will mean for you, according to an expert – Metro US


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    This is what the Internet without net neutrality will mean for you, according to an expert
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    Metro: You mentioned that Germany has a similar situation. Could you describe what that looks like for the average Internet user there? Do other countries function without net neutrality, and what does it look like for them? SW: While for the most part
    As the US Unwinds Net-Neutrality Rules, Industry's Voice Echoes the LoudestBloomberg

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